Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. /ˈsɪn.di/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Diminutive of Cynthia or Lucinda. Like Cynthia, it peaked in popularity in the United States in 1957.

Related Names

VariantsCinda, Cindi, Cyndi, Lulu, Sindy
Other Languages & CulturesLucia, Lucilla(Ancient Roman) Lyusi(Armenian) Llúcia(Catalan) Lucija(Croatian) Lucie(Czech) Lucia(Danish) Lucia, Luus(Dutch) Cynthia, Lucie, Luce, Lucette, Lucile, Lucille, Lucinde(French) Lucia, Luzia(German) Cynthia, Kynthia(Greek Mythology) Cintia, Luca, Lúcia(Hungarian) Cinzia, Luce, Lucia, Lucetta, Lucilla(Italian) Lūcija, Sintija(Latvian) Lucinda(Literature) Liucija(Lithuanian) Lucia(Norwegian) Łucja(Polish) Cíntia, Lúcia, Lucinda, Luzia, Lucila(Portuguese) Lucia(Romanian) Liùsaidh(Scottish Gaelic) Lucia(Slovak) Lucija(Slovene) Cintia, Lucía, Luz, Lucila(Spanish) Lucia(Swedish)


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Entry updated May 29, 2020